The Rockies’ road woes continue as they lose their fourth straight After obtaining an early 3-2 lead, the Rockies looked pretty lifeless in surrendering eight more runs and losing 10-3 in the second game of this three-game set.
As we count down to the 2021 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, which will be held in Denver from July 11-13 during this year’s All-Star Game festivities, Vanderbilt pitcher Kumar Rocker is expected to be one of the top picks.
CINCINNATI- Kyle Freeland has made four starts for the Colorado Rockies in 2021 and he has been in freefall, as he has looked much more like the 2019 Kyle Freeland rather than the Kyle Freeland of 2018 or even 2020.
Kyle Freeland was shelled and the Rockies offense sputtered against the Cincinnati Reds Oof. Kyle Freeland was like a human home run derby and the Rockies offense wasn’t able to make much noise in another tough road loss as they fell to the Reds on Friday.
Colorado allows six runs in second inning, drops series in Miami In the words of Denver nemesis Bill Belichick: “We’re on to Cincinnati.” The Miami Marlins ended the second inning of tonight’s contest holding a win probability of 95.3.
Two-time All-Star shortstop Trevor Story is batting .255 with five home runs and 23 RBI and is playing out the final months of his contract and will almost certainly be sent to a contender by next month's trade deadline
Over the years, the Colorado Rockies have had some trades or signings that have gone very well for the team. But there have been a few times where the Rockies lost faith in some players and they ended up regretting it.
The Colorado Rockies need first baseman C.J. Cron to snap out of his hitting slump soon … for a number of reasons. Of course, the Rockies need Cron’s bat in the lineup to give the team another weapon, especially as the squad continues a road trip through Miami and on to Cincinnati this weekend.
On Tuesday, MLB.com’s Thomas Harding reported that former Colorado Rockies first-round draft pick, Riley Pint, was going to retire. Pint had suffered numerous injuries in his pro career and, like all minor leaguers, he did not have a 2020 season.
The Colorado Rockies lowest minor league team outside of Rookie-ball, the Low-A Fresno Grizzlies, possess their parent club’s #1 prospect. There’s an expectation for that #1 prospect to be the star player every game.
Pint – who at times showed off triple-digit velocity – was the fourth overall pick of the Rockies in 2016, at which point outlets such as MLB.com and Baseball America ranked him as the second-best prospect in his class.